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Arlington Heights Won In The Supreme Court But The Fair Housing Act’S Goal Of Promoting Racial Integration Saved The Low-Income Housing, Henry Rose Jan 2019

Arlington Heights Won In The Supreme Court But The Fair Housing Act’S Goal Of Promoting Racial Integration Saved The Low-Income Housing, Henry Rose

Touro Law Review

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The Least Restrictive Environment For Providing Education, Treatment, And Community Services For Persons With Disabilities: Rethinking The Concept, Donald H. Stone Jan 2019

The Least Restrictive Environment For Providing Education, Treatment, And Community Services For Persons With Disabilities: Rethinking The Concept, Donald H. Stone

Touro Law Review

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Access Denied: The Tale Of Two Tenants And Building Amenities, Lauren C. Wittlin Jul 2015

Access Denied: The Tale Of Two Tenants And Building Amenities, Lauren C. Wittlin

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court, New York County, Robinson V. Finkel, Denise Shanley Dec 2014

Supreme Court, New York County, Robinson V. Finkel, Denise Shanley

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Eastside Exhibition Rule: The De Minimis Exception For Trifles And Trivialities In Partial Actual Evicition Cases In New York, Stephen L. Ukeiley Oct 2013

The Eastside Exhibition Rule: The De Minimis Exception For Trifles And Trivialities In Partial Actual Evicition Cases In New York, Stephen L. Ukeiley

Touro Law Review

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Sheltering Counsel: Towards A Right To A Lawyer In Eviction Proceedings, Raymond H. Brescia Apr 2013

Sheltering Counsel: Towards A Right To A Lawyer In Eviction Proceedings, Raymond H. Brescia

Touro Law Review

This Article provides an overview of the current arguments presented by advocates who seek to establish a right to counsel for indigent tenants in eviction proceedings and assesses the strength of those arguments in the current political, social, and economic milieu. It is beyond question that the overwhelming majority of low-income tenants are unrepresented in proceedings in which their homes are in jeopardy and having counsel in such proceedings often prevents eviction and homelessness. Preventing those evictions reduces the human cost of homelessness, saves government substantial money by not having to provide shelter to the homeless, and preserves the stock ...


Panel Discussion: International, National, And Local Perspectives On Civil Right To Counsel, Andrew Scherer, Martha F. Davis, Debra Gardner, Rosie Mendez, Juanita B. Newton, Adriene Holder, Laura K. Abel Apr 2013

Panel Discussion: International, National, And Local Perspectives On Civil Right To Counsel, Andrew Scherer, Martha F. Davis, Debra Gardner, Rosie Mendez, Juanita B. Newton, Adriene Holder, Laura K. Abel

Touro Law Review

The following is based on a transcript of a panel discussion which took place at An Obvious Truth: Creating an Action Blueprint for a Civil Right to Counsel in New York State, held at Touro Law Center, Central Islip, New York, in March, 2008.


Toward A Right To Counsel In Civil Cases In New York State: A Report Of The New York State Bar Association, Laura K. Abel Apr 2013

Toward A Right To Counsel In Civil Cases In New York State: A Report Of The New York State Bar Association, Laura K. Abel

Touro Law Review

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A Quiet Crisis In America: Meeting The Affordable Housing Needs Of The Invisible Low-Income Healthy Seniors, Patricia E. Salkin Jan 2009

A Quiet Crisis In America: Meeting The Affordable Housing Needs Of The Invisible Low-Income Healthy Seniors, Patricia E. Salkin

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Part I of this article discusses population statistics in greater detail, exploring available financial demographics of seniors and showing that many seniors are likely to be in need of affordable housing today, and that many more will likely join this group in the future. Part II discusses the role of the federal and state governments in providing affordable senior housing and concludes that these programs have typically failed to yield effective results on a wide enough basis. Part III focuses on the impact that local governments can have immediately in helping to address the affordable senior housing crisis through the ...


Section 1983 Cases In The October 2004 Term, Martin A. Schwartz Jan 2006

Section 1983 Cases In The October 2004 Term, Martin A. Schwartz

Touro Law Review

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Fair Housing Act (Symposium: The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1994-95 Term), Leon D. Lazer Jan 1996

Fair Housing Act (Symposium: The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1994-95 Term), Leon D. Lazer

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No abstract provided.


Affordable Housing: Update On Federal And State Activities, Patricia E. Salkin Jan 1994

Affordable Housing: Update On Federal And State Activities, Patricia E. Salkin

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No abstract provided.


The Fair Housing Act, Zoning, And Affordable Housing, Patricia E. Salkin, John M. Armentano Jan 1993

The Fair Housing Act, Zoning, And Affordable Housing, Patricia E. Salkin, John M. Armentano

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No abstract provided.